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a responsible way to deal with the looming financial crisis. angela mcglowan, and penny lee, joining me for this beautiful afternoon, ladies. >> thank you. >> we're not hearing any talk of compromise for a 11th hour deal being worked out. what are the consequences here and who will face the brunt of this, penny? >> well, unfortunately right now we're at a time in washington they don't face the crisis until it's absolutely the 11th hour. we see this time and time again and sequestration has been known. this has been out there the last part. better part of nine months and in part because the super committee failed to come up with an alternative to this plan and unfortunately, the cuts would be delayed and over a decade and we won't feel the immediate cause of it, so, congress is going to probably do what they usually do, which is kick it down the can and unfortunately deal with the next crisis which is potentially shutting down the government the end of march. >> we were just hearing from steve centanni about the cuts possibly to the military and who will face the brunt of these, real peo
for 10 to 20 seconds. and this from angela. we were on 280 heading north when we saw a bright, falling star as my kids call it. if you snap a picture or video we would love to see it. send it to you report at kgo-tv.com. >>> it is unlikely that a meteor will hit your home. if it does, are you covered by insurance? michael finney got some answers. >> that is one of the things that is definitely covered under the homeowner insurance policy. most people don't realize it is because it doesn't happen often, but if it does, it is something that is covered. >> you hope it doesn't. an insurance industry spokesman says damage from the meteor concussion like what we saw in russia would be covered. other events covered under the homeowners insurance include volcanos, lightning strikes and falling satellites. >>> after eight days aboard the triumph two women are home. julie spring gel and her mother -- julie spring gel -- pr nie gle and her mother connie lewis flew in. i can only imagine how happy those women are to be back. serming yow? >> well -- sergio? >> julie pringle had an emotional homecom
disaster assistance programs. as angela tae yoo, lester's growing season was extraordinarily challenging. we had a very, very significant trout situation in indiana. angie and her family feasted on their farm and she's going to share some of that with this today. angie and her husband had dreamed to firemen through their hard work, dedication to administer cooperation to 1500 acres. she and her has been a great example to us here in the committee. we are to those glauber's to roll up our sleeves and to get a farm bill as soon as possible as well, madam chairwoman. >> thank you very much. we are pleased to have you and i want to now introduce from michigan and, jeff send a lifelong cherry farmer. he's given us chocolate covered cherries that will not remain in the committee longer than the end of this day. i'll be gone. so thank you very much for bringing that. a lifelong cherry farmer who grew up working on his grandfather's 40 acres. he and his wife have now expanded that to 800 acres. also operating a receiving station for over 35 years to 35 growers bringing cherries to the station. h
colorful. angela says she was on 280 when she saw a bright falling star. and kept floating in fairfield says there was a trail of blue white light for about 10 maybe 20 seconds afterwards. if you snapped a picture of this possible meet why are whatever it is we would certainly love to see it and share witness our viewers. send it to you report at kg o dash tv.com. >> meanwhile all of this comes as more than 1,000 people recover from injuries after a massive meteor exploded and crashed to earth in russian a.scientist say never before have so many people been injured. mostly from the shock wave as it came in the at mont months fear. abc news reporter is in moscow tonight with the latest. >> it came out of nowhere. bright speck in the sky. soon streaking across the horizon. followed by an almost apocalyptic scene. blinding flash of light and then all hell broke loose. >> explosion. shattering windows. knocking the office workers to the ground. these students were lucky. protected by curtain from the flying glachlts and these men barely escaped the blast. in the streets pandemoni
. [applause] thank you for the introduction, angela. i would like to point out that this is her first responsibility and job as host of these luncheons. [applause] recently it was asked whether or not i missed the congress. i said yes, but not particularly this one. pointing out that even though i am long forgotten as a candidate, i might actually have an address with 1600 on it, although it is 1600 eiger street. [laughter] there were times when january 3, when an amendment was offered to the fiscal cliff legislation. two years ago, he would've told me that i be standing before you and talking about the film and television industry, i would be asking what you were doing. i would not assume i be in this position. the last movie that i saw was the heffalump movie with my children. i must tell you that the last two years have been very interesting. my friend dan glickman, he spent several years at the nmpaa. there are a number of people here in the audience who are with the motion picture association. educating me about the industry and what we can do to help. i am grateful to them for s
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)